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Mar 5

Sweepstakes: Watch Flea Market Flip for a Chance to Win $5,000!

Flea Market Flip Watch & Win

While it may not feel like it in some parts of the country, springtime is right around the corner — which means warmer weather, longer days and the unofficial kickoff to flea market season! Great American Country is giving five lucky viewers the chance to rummage for hidden treasures with the “Flip for $5,000 Sweepstakes” every Sunday in March. The watch-and-win contest runs during Flea Market Flip, airing Sunday nights on Great American Country from 9 p.m. to midnight Eastern.

Led by Lara Spencer, co-anchor of Good Morning America and Host, EP and Creator of Flea Market Flip, the series shows viewers how a little cash can go a long way when mixed with creativity. Each episode showcases items as teams use their eye for style and a bit of hard work to turn someone else’s trash into treasure. Given only $500, Flea Market Flip contestants search flea market booths and tents for items they can “find, fix and flip” for a profit. They must then sell the rehabbed pieces with the team that makes the most money winning $5,000.

“Flea Market Flip is a lively, fun, fast-paced show,” Jennifer Leitman, senior vice president, marketing and creative services for Great American Country, said. “We want viewers to settle in and enjoy the ride. What better way to extend the excitement around Flea Market Flip than to let our viewers in on the action with their own chance to win $5,000?”

Throughout each Sunday evening in March, viewers will see a new code word revealed on air only during Flea Market Flip episodes. They will then have 24 hours to go to to enter the code word. One grand prize winner each week takes home $5,000!

To learn more about Flea Market Flip on Great American Country, and for full rules for “Flip for $5,000 Sweepstakes,” visit


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